QE Weekly Newsletter

November 27, 2022

Important Information

Little Shopper's Shop

We are looking for volunteers to help with our Little Shopper's Shop on December 6 and 7. LSS is an opportunity for students to shop for holiday gifts for their family members. They bring in money and choose from a variety of gifts for the people on their lists. We need people to help students pick out gifts and make sure they have enough money. We also need volunteers to help "wrap" their gifts in bags and write who they are to and from on the bags. Please use the following link to sign up: https://www.signupgenius.com/go/30E0B4CA8A722ABFE3-little

Parent's Night Out

We are looking at having a "Parent's Night Out" event. It would occur on Friday December 9 from 5:30pm -8:00 pm. Volunteers would come before and stay after to help with setup and clean up. So for volunteers this would be from 5:00pm - 8:30 pm. Parents would sign up using a sign up genius form and space would be limited to ensure a safe child to adult ratio for the evening. We will provide food (most likely pizza, chips and a drink), crafts, and fun for the children while parents have a night out shopping for the holidays, or just a night to themselves. This sign up is just to see how many parents we can get to help with the evening! If you're interested in volunteering to help chaperone this event please sign up using the following link: https://www.signupgenius.com/go/30E0B4CA8A722ABFE3-parents

Free Coats

The United Way of Bucks County just received a large donation of winter coats from their friends at the Automobile Dealers Association, specifically Faulkner Family of Dealerships and John Kennedy Ford. They have hundreds of free coats ranging from 3T to 18 for boys and girls.

Coat requests must come directly to Sheri Ratner at Sherir@uwbucks.org , and should include gender, size, and quantity. Example Boys – Size 7/8 - 3. Coats are available immediately!

PBIS Handbook and Survey

We are looking to gather feedback from parents and guardians about our PBIS program at QE and we need your help. Please review the PBIS handbook found here and then complete the survey found here. All parents/guardians who complete the survey will be entered into a drawing to win some gift cards. We will leave this posted in the Smore for the next 2 weeks and will share our results from the survey and announce the winners. Thanks for your help!

Christmas Carnival

Christmas Carnival

Saturday, Dec. 10

11:00 am – 1:00 pm


Emmanuel Episcopal Church, Quakertown


560 S. Main St. Quakertown, PA 18951


A “Drive-Through” Toy and Food Distribution Event

sponsored by the Quakertown Ministerium, HUBBUB,

and the Upper Bucks Unit of the Salvation Army


To register,


call Sharon Bachman-Kresge between 9:00 AM-1:00 PM

at the Upper Bucks Salvation Army office by November 30:


215.529.6547


Toy / Gift Card Donation Dropoff

November 19, 11:00 AM-1:00 PM

at Emmanuel Episcopal Church, Quakertown

(New toys only; Giant or Walmart gift cards)

Upcoming Important Dates

December 6 and 7 - Little Shopper's Shop


December 14 - PIE Meeting


December 20 - NOVA Lessons on Bully-Free Classrooms (K-2)


December 21 - NOVA Lessons (3-5)

[3rd - Bully Free Classrooms, 4th - Internet Safety, 5th - Cyberbullying and Gender Bullying]


December 21 - High School Varsity Singers Visit QE


December 22 - 1st Trimester PRIDE Celebration


December 23 - QE Holiday Sing-a-Long


December 24-January 2 - Holiday Break - No School for Students

Previous Smore Newsletters

Please head here for all of our past parent newsletters!

About Us

At QE, we challenge our students academically and behaviorally through our state-recognized Positive Behavior Support Program, P.R.I.D.E. Every QE student is taught to presevere, show respect, be in control, show dependability, and effort in all school and life endeavors.

The children are our most cherished possessions. Please know that we will do everything in our power to make sure your child feels respected, safe, happy, and successful at Quakertown Elementary School. When we are working together; parents, teachers, staff, and students, we will come together to help each child reach their fullest learning potential.